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QUANTANIUM

QUANTANIUM logo

On 9/21/1999, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for QUANTANIUM. This trademark is owned by Whitford Worldwide Company,
47 PARK AVENUE
ELVERSON, PA 19520. The USPTO has given the QUANTANIUM trademark serial number of 75804322.

Word Mark: QUANTANIUM
Filing Date: 9/21/1999
Goods and Services: Chemicals used to apply non-stick finishes to surfaces in the manufacture of consumer products such as cookware, bakeware, small appliances, kitchen utensils as well as industrial applications such as automotive, aerospace, machinery and equipment
Type Of Mark: TradeMark
Latest Owner: Whitford Worldwide Company

47 PARK AVENUE
ELVERSON, PA 19520
Correspondent: Kenneth F. Florek
FLOREK & ENDRES PLLCSuite 6001156 Avenue of the AmericasNew York NY 10036-27021
Related Tags: Chemicals used apply -stick finishes surfaces manufacture consumer products such cookware bakeware small appliances kitchen utensils well industrial applications such automotive aerospace machinery equipment
US Class Code(s): 001, 005, 006, 010, 026, 046
Primary Class: Chemicals used in industry, science and photography, as well as in agriculture, horticulture and forestry; unprocessed artificial resins; unprocessed plastics; manures; fire extinguishing compositions; tempering and soldering preparations; chemical substances for preserving foodstuffs; tanning substances; adhesives used in industry.
Class(es) Status: Active
First Use Anywhere: 10/1/1999
Information: You are viewing the QUANTANIUM logo. The name QUANTANIUM is registered as a TradeMark by the company Whitford Worldwide Company. This company is located on:
47 PARK AVENUE
ELVERSON, PA 19520.
QUANTANIUM sells goods and services of Chemicals used to apply non-stick finishes to surfaces in the manufacture of consumer products such as cookware, bakeware, small appliances, kitchen utensils as well as industrial applications such as automotive, aerospace, machinery and equipment. This logo and TradeMark was filed on September 21, 1999 and was first used on October 01, 1999.